What are the benefits of The Property Crowd?


Last updated on 28 August 2018

INVEST WITH ONLY $100: Get started with as little as $100. The Property Crowd’s low entry level allows everyone with an interest in property investment to build a portfolio.

DIVERSIFY YOUR PORTFOLIO: Put your eggs in different baskets. Diversify your property portfolio, buy PropertyShares in different properties to help spread your risk.

LIQUIDITY: Sell your investment. When the time is right for you, you can sell your PropertyShares on The Property Crowd’s Resale Market and potentially realise any capital returns.

BRICKS AND MORTAR: Investing in property is the New Zealand dream. It is easy to understand why New Zealand’s nominal house prices have doubled on average every 12 years since 1965*.

YOU ARE IN CONTROL: We make it simple for you. Monitor and track your investments, build your portfolio, or sell your PropertyShares via our innovative access anywhere online portal.

TRANSPARENCY: No hidden fees or costs. Our fees and costs are all disclosed upfront, so it is easy to understand how your investment works.

QUALITY PROPERTIES: Carefully selected investment properties. The Property Crowd properties have passed our evaluation criteria which assesses build quality, compliance, location and considers the scope for return.

HASSLE-FREE MANAGEMENT: The hard work is done for you. Our properties are managed by professional third-party Property Management Companies who specialise in tenants, maintenance, legislation, and compliance.

SECURITY: We do what we can to keep your information safe. The Property Crowd’s online portal features high-end data encryption and a secure payments process.

ASSET SEGREGATION: Each property is separately owned, minimising risk. There is a different holding company for each individual property; therefore, you will always know that you are investing in the specific property chosen by you.

COMPLIANCE: Feel comfortable knowing we are actively compliant. The Property Crowd is authorised and regulated by the New Zealand Financial Markets Authority’s (FMA) crowdfunding regulations.